Our story begins with real life experiences.

... a dad who went to the doctor because of pain - nothing else - and caught a very serious heart condition just in time

... a personal journey in managing long-term insomnia

... a mom with untreated sleep apnea

We all know from personal experience that health happens between doctors appointments. That's why in 2012 Zansors began to build tools to help people take control of their health.

In 2012, everyone was talking about Big Data. Meanwhile, we were thinking about little data - the detectable bio-signals from the body that we can listen to, if only we had the right tools. We wanted to harness them to deliver healthcare when and where you need it - just in time. What if you could monitor heart rate AND predict a heart condition? What if you could listen to breathing and know whether it's a red flag? What if cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia was easier to access?

We knew with sensors, apps and the cloud, patients could be back in control of their health issues. So we took the path less traveled: the evidence-based path. It's a slower route, and along the way we've seen lots of health toys worn on the wrist or hit the app store. Ultimately, we know it's the evidence-based tools that will stand the test of time - the medical devices will be accurate, accessible and trusted by the medical community. Zansors is taking the time to develop evidence-based apps that truly transform healthcare.

We found that our mission is shared by many others, and trusted partners joined our effort, including the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and academic researchers at University of Michigan. Together, we're creating an ecosystem of apps and sensors that capture and interpret the signals the body sends.

Zansors believes in providing affordable, innovative and personal solutions to help people take charge of their health. Zansors is committed to developing, launching and supporting a complete portfolio of sensor and app products.

The product is based on four primary tenets:

  1. Evidence-based
  2. Affordable
  3. User-centered design
  4. Personal empowerment

What's next? In 2017, many of our sensors and apps will be available.

Learn more about our sensors and apps

Interested in joining us on the journey to personalized evidenced-based wearable sensors and apps?

Become a strategic partner and contact us 

All information you share with Zansors products provides you with the ability to receive your desired outcomes. We stay aware of federal laws like HIPAA and HITECH that protect your privacy.  Submission of data is voluntary and encrypted; however, in order for us to store data remotely so you can sync the data between your devices and ensure your data is retained in future versions, you will need to complete data sections fields. The data fields in the application are voluntary and you can choose how much detail to include.  We collect no personal information about you, only general information automatically generated by your device for analyses that will be used to improve our services. We use this information for statistical analyses only and do not share with external parties.

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Each member of Zansors' multi-disciplinary team brings unique skills and experience to realize the company's mission: leveraging technology so consumers can manage, and track individual health information and share pertinent data with providers. The team consists of professionals with expertise in fields including analytics, bioengineering, computer science, design, management, marketing, strategy, medicine, and user experience.




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  • Baabi Das, Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder

    Matching technology to products, unleashing talent of team members
    e-learning, laboratory diagnostics, aerospace engineering
    C.K. Prahalad, Mahatma Gandhi, Phil Jackson, Han Solo
    15 years working with Fortune 500 companies like Sylvan Learning, Becton-Dickinson and aerospace engineering companies. Led product development for FDA devices for genetic tests; led teams to his sales plan on manufacturing floor and reduced costs with supply chains
    Walking, meditation, NBA Basketball, Star Wars and X-Men movies, will.i.am, sushi
  • Abhijit Dasgupta, PhD, Chief Data Science Officer and Co-Founder

    Making data speak, designing awesome algorithms
    Biomedical Research, data mining, startups, data community
    Leo Breiman, Hilary Mason, Nathan Yau, Hadley Wickham
    15 years statistical consulting, 10 years bioinformatics, 5 years data evangelist, 45+ journal articles
    Aikido (20 years, 4th degree black belt), Zen, historical fiction, economic-political thought
  • Jill MacNeice, Chief Experience Officer and Co-Founder

    Making it usable, findable, clickable
    Fortune 100, dotgov, startups
    BJ Fogg, Robert Cialdini, Peter Morville
    Created her first website in 1993. You do the math.
    kayaking, congas, sleep, habits
  • Nicole Stout, DPT, CLT-LANA, Vice President Medical Affairs

    Translator of data and medical jargon to make sense in real-life for real patients and people. Breaking down barriers to enable better health and healthcare.
    Hospitals, clinics, board rooms, speaker podiums. I'm usually thought to be out in left field until you realize it's where things are moving to.
    Occam, Germaine de Stael, Atul Gwande, Ginni Rometty, Anna Wintour
    Speaking engagements in 48 states, 16 countries, >50 peer review manuscripts, 1 book, over 10K tweets. 25 years of making healthcare and medical data sing.
    Yoga, golf, revolutionary history, thinking about disruptive ideas and executing on the really good ones.

Scientific Advisors




  • Ancha Baranova, Ph.D

    Associate Professor, Biomarkers, Personalized Medicine, Translational Research, George Mason University, Co-Director of GMU Inova Research Lab
  • Subroto Chatterjee, Ph.D

    Professor, Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Johns Hopkins University
  • Rebecca Lai, Ph.D

    Associate Professor, Chemistry, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Zhenyu Li, Ph.D

    Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, George Washington University

Intellectual Property (IP) represents innovation, research & development, and hard work. Zansors applies for design patents, utility patents, and trademarks with the United States Patent & Trademark Office. Design patents capture Zansors' innovative designs and the look and feel of our sensors. We have two issued design patents as an early-stage tech company. Utility patents by Zansors include novel methods of capturing bio-signals and algorithms. Zansors' trademarks describe our branded products and taglines. Finally, copyrights filled with the US Copyright Office define our unique source code for our software apps, algorithms, and mobile cloud system. At the end of the day, Zansors creates value for the consumer and patient.

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